Dr Stephen Greer

In a world where the rich get richer and the poor get poorer, it is pretty hard to look at Dr. Stephen Greer – American physician, UFOlogist, and conspiracy theorist – and consider him a master salesman, especially when he is promoting a relentless pursuit of truth through his Disclosure Project, the Orion Project and the Advanced Energy Research Organization (AERO). In other words, if he wins he will lose.

People who do not believe in UFOs or ETs feel Dr. Stephen Greer is a hoax and not a credible source, while those who believe in it feel he is one of the main ones who can bring all the UFO secrecy to the forefront and quite possibly help the world. People cannot be “made” to believe in something they know nothing about nor want to know. In actuality, the truth lies somewhere in the middle.

An individual by the name of GK Chesterton once said, “You can only find truth with logic if you have already found truth without it.” Finding truth is not looking at something you already have an opinion about, but choosing instead to look at both sides of the picture. Not a comfortable position, but one where truth usually will surface. How many have broken up with a loved one and instantly ran out seeking sobbing-solace from family, friends and a stranger or two who agree with our side of the picture 100% – not actually looking for the truth, but only wanting to be reassured our side was right. We really weren’t interested in the truth at all, just needing to be reassured.

Recently the UK has released a series of secret UFO sightings on May 14, 2008, while on May 13, 2008 the Vatican had stated “It’s OK to believe in aliens”. Why do you suppose they said this? There is a certain level of denial being put out by the government, media and our mainstream culture – yet more and more mass sightings of UFOs are occurring. Is Greer selling the Vatican’s opinions, or the country of Britain? Hardly, but for sure they are agreeing with him and the publics’ status quo.

To find the truth within Dr. Stephen Greer, one must look at who the man is and why he is doing what he does – and that is a man following his heart. Whether he is seeking truth or simply wanting to sell something is not for anyone to say, as each person has their own perception of truth and what they want to buy. For the oddest reason, something is happening in this World which means if I think a particular way, then everyone else should also. If I think something should be done a certain way, every person has to do it that way. That’s the law. If not, there must be something the matter with them – not me. As a social community, why can we not simply say, “I hear you and respect your opinion. It is not my opinion, but I respect it is yours.” And leave it at that and walk away.

Dr. Stephen Greer may be a master salesman, but personally I feel he is selling the truth. That is my perception of what his truth is. Now, it may not be yours but you have the right to have your own opinion. And that may not be mine. Yet, we both need to look at the truth of Dr. Stephen Greers as a man -should he not have the right to his own perception of truth, even though it may not be our own? Just because I personally feel he is selling his version of truth does not mean he actually is, but I cannot control his actions or his thoughts. But I can control my own, as each one of us is what we think. Think about that.